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Hello Experts,

I'm following this document to add and Virtual Riverbed Steelhead appliance:

https://c368768.ssl.cf1.rackcdn.com/product_files/19227/original/SteelHead_-_deployment_installation_guideeee4a9e38b26e35a4010c592bb0d4108.pdf

The document states on page 33 to 9. From the Configuration list, select the Port Group configuration and click Edit

However, the Configuration list doesn't have the option to select 'Port Group configuration',see image.
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Can you let me know where I'm going wrong?

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Your Portgroups are present they are called

VM Network "portgroup" and Management Network "portgroup"

Highlight them and Click Edit.

see my EE Article, it shows you how to create a Portgroup, and then you need to edit, for Prom. mode.

HOW TO: Configure basic networking on a VMware vSphere Hypervisor 5.1 (ESXi 5.1) Host Server
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